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ED Workgroup Draws Full House

Updated: Nov 11, 2021

KRTN Media, Raton NM



"Jessica Barfield represented The Center for Community Innovation, and started by saying, “Actions dictate priorities.” Jessica talked about the recent branding the City accepted and also said they have reconnected with NM True for some print ads in Texas magazines. Barfield also touted the Coal Camp Kitchen that is getting ready to gear up for one commercial operator with several other potential users looking at the process. The recent “Libraries as Launchpads program was very successful with Raton attracting 12 creative startups as compared to Las Cruces’ 6. Barfield also said Raton and Trinidad are set to cooperate in a creative start up series in May for a four week program." Read the entire article, here.



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